Use this step to validate and enrich addresses in bulk using Experian Batch, depending on your license.
If your data has address columns tagged already, this step will automatically pick up all the columns tagged as addresses and list as Selected columns.
If you are using AddressBase Premium data, you can enable key searching by specifying which columns contain UPRNs and UDPRNs.
Select the Reference data that you want to validate addresses against and then select an Address layout to specify how the validated addresses will be returned.
Using Additional data and options you can enrich valid addresses by selecting one or more Additional data elements.
Results columns - This defines what information is returned about how the address was cleansed. You can ether return a simple summary of the cleaning action (Good Match, Unmatched, and so on), or a much more detailed breakdown of the match code.
Find out how to configure Experian Batch for the Validate addresses step.
An address cleansed in Data Studio will result in one of the following possible results:
Experian Batch verified the input address as a good-quality match to a complete address. No corrections or formatting changes were necessary.|
Experian Batch verified the input address as a good-quality match to a complete address, although minor corrections or formatting changes may have been applied.|
Good Premise Partial|
Experian Batch was not able to find a full match to a correct address, but found a good match to premise level by excluding organization or sub-premise details.|
Experian Batch found a match to a complete address, but the overall differences between the input and cleaned addresses are significant enough to reduce the confidence in the match.|
Experian Batch found more than one correct address which matched the input address. This means that no single address could be matched with high confidence.|
Experian Batch found a match to an address, but with low confidence. This often means that the cleaned address is not deliverable.|
Experian Batch was unable to find a full correct address which matched the input address. This often occurs when the property number is missing from the input address.|
Experian Batch could not find a matching address because the input address referred to a different country.|
Experian Batch was unable to match the input address to any correct address.|
The address input has not returned any results and may be of a bad format. Please report this to whoever manages Aperture Data Studio for your organization.|